Meet the Team!


I own Rubiks Inclusive Counselling Services. 

Being neurodiverse gives me so much other perspectives and tools to work with .  Previously I have worked on mental health units and in the community.  I feel I have the knowledge and skill set to make positive changes to your life.

I am passionate at what I do and want people I see to achieve their goals and potential. I am approachable and consider myself innovative in my interventions, perhaps, due to having dyslexia and being on the ASD pathway I use this to the clients advantage in the way I work.

I have a wide knowledge of working with;

  • Autism 
  • ADHD
  • ADD

  • Diploma in Bereavement and Grief Counselling.
  • Rewind Therapist (Trauma)
  • Trauma Specialist
  •  Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist (ASDCS) 



Hi, I’m Nicola, I am a qualified counsellor and trained life coach.

I have experience in supporting clients with a wide variety of difficulties, including stress and anxiety, relationship issues, coping with grief and loss, depression, motivation, self-esteem, identity, and confidence. I have experience working with neurodiverse clients, children, and adults. I work with my clients to create an open and safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without fear of judgment.

Taking the first step to seeking a more fulfilling and happier life takes courage. I am here to support you in that process.

I pride myself in my bespoke way of working with each individual client, offering play, art and animal therapy.

If you feel I could support you, drop me an email or text:



Hi, my name is Jodie and I am a student counsellor at Rubiks.

I’ve had over 10 years experience of working in different educational establishments working with young people from the ages of 4-18.

I currently work with 16-19 year olds supporting with all aspects on their mental wellbeing. I have also worked with families, parents and support workers to assist in supporting young people.

As well as this I have worked with adult clients specifically working with emotional regulation, self-confidence, self-identity and interpersonal relationships.

This is something I feel passionately about due to acknowledging the importance of this to young people as they grow and how they are beneficial skills to have as people develop.

A very important thing I have learnt in my journey both as a counsellor and educational professional is that everyone’s journey is different, it is important to be true to yourself and to take the right steps for you, not anyone else to grow as an individual.



I am Shannon, a student counsellor at Rubiks.

I have a special interest in neurodiversity and giving inclusive interventions for everyone and their individual needs.

I am passionate in providing different techniques and support throughout my clients counselling journey.



Hi, I am Shelley, a student counsellor at Rubiks.

Over the years I have faced many difficulties in my life and my mental health has suffered, with the right help and support I have overcome these issues and now have a very positive outlook on life.

I am fortunate that I am now in a position where I can use my own life experiences to help others who are struggling and provide coping mechanisms and support them on their own journey.



Hi, my name is Amy, a student counsellor at Rubiks and I am currently studying a BA (hons) counselling degree.

My background has been in youth support work, working with a diverse client group from the ages of 16 -21 who have become homeless.  Working for several homelessness charities, I have gained experience in supporting young people to move towards independent living, helping them to manage and maintain their mental health and wellbeing during this process. I have experience of working with drug and alcohol issues, crisis intervention, mental health awareness and also child and adult social care.

I work with clients in an integrative way, which focuses on the client’s individual needs, and I feel this helps to create a tailored but flexible approach to therapy. Taking those first steps when seeking help can feel daunting, but with the right support and a safe space to open up, this can create an empowering environment allowing you to take these steps.



Our therapy dog in training! 

You can even contact Drax 

He'll think it's Pawsome!